CRIM 1500: Corruption, Integrity, and Accountability
Lecture - 4 credits
- Traces the history, nature, and current effects of corruption using concrete cases and illustrations.
- Covers international and national laws and standards against corruption (with special emphasis on the U.
- Convention against Corruption and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act).
- Discusses efforts to measure corruption, governance, and anticorruption efforts.
- Focuses on the role of stakeholders from private sector to government, civil society, and individual actors.
- Corruption affects every aspect of our life and its quality.
- From bribery and illicit enrichment to obstruction of justice, from abuse of power to clientelism and favoritism, corrupt acts touch global, national, and local communities.
- Illustrates how fundamental are the values and practice of integrity, responsibility, and accountability.
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